It’s quite possible that the pandemic has dramatically accelerated the digital fundraising space by 3-4 years.
By now you’ve likely read about the Blackbaud data breach. Blackbaud is a top cloud software company that serves the nonprofit sector. Thousands of nonprofit organizations in 60 countries use Blackbaud’s cloud technology for fundraising, financial management and more. That’s why so many were alarmed by Blackbaud’s late July announcement of a May security breach by hackers into its systems. …
There’s a proverb that says, There is one who scatters, yet increases more; and there is one who withholds more than is right but it leads to poverty.
No more grants? Let me explain. So often we think about grants as a gift to a specific nonprofit, and nonprofits tend to think about grants as proposals to foundations.
2021 may see a big rise in business sales. And those business sales could produce unprecedented levels of charitable giving.
I love this quote on love and giving by the late J.I. Packer, along with other great quotes on giving by C.S. Lewis, Amy Carmichael, Billy Graham & more.
With wealthy donors and foundations giving cash directly to needy individuals, nonprofits may be worried about their role as intermediaries of aid.
Between 2000 and 2016, 20 million Americans stopped giving directly to charitable organizations. That’s the report from the Urban Institute’s Shena Ashley in “Why the Decline in Individual Donors Should Matter in Institutional Philanthropy—and What to Do About It,” published in NonProfit Quarterly Winter 2019 edition. The data reflect the growing trend. In 2016, 53.9% of American households donated something to …
Do you find yourself asking, “What time is it?” The year 2020 has many people wondering whether we are on the edge of a new epoch.
The nonprofit sector has lost jobs and funding in recent months, leaving nonprofits concerned about their ability to continue operating long term.